A Transformational Experience
Over 13 months, students participate in coursework with Georgetown's top faculty, experiential learning residencies -- one of which is conducted abroad, and one-on-one leadership coaching. Combined with access to some of the world’s most respected leaders for a lifetime, the EML is an unforgettable educational experience.
Our Alumni Share how Becoming a Hoya Changed Their Professional Lives...
Amber Hamilton, EML'08
"I've always thought of myself as being a leader, even as a little kid. I knew that leadership is a lifelong journey and I knew that I would need to continue to bolster my skillset to be at the top.”
Amber is the chief operating and strategy officer for Memphis Music Initiative
Jessica Grounds, EML'12
Why did you pursue an Executive Master's in Leadership degree at Georgetown?
Most traditional business programs took me out of my networks in Washington, D.C., or were focused on areas of study that only mildly intrigued me, but the Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) program seemed the perfect fit of personal leadership development, business strategy, experiences, and conversations that could help hone my strengths as a leader and open my thinking to new concepts for the work I do to empower women to lead in politics.
Jessica is the co-founder of Project Mine the Gap
Alumni Lifelong Learning
At Georgetown McDonough School of Business, leaders never graduate. When Executive Education alumni graduate, they leave with an open invitation to return to the classrooms to refresh their knowledge and reconnect with classmates and faculty.
How it works
In the fall and spring of each academic year, we offer our alumni the opportunity to audit EMBA elective courses on a space-available basis. Once a graduate has enrolled, there is a $100 participation fee to secure your seat and course materials. At the end of the course, alumni receive certificates of course completion. Examples of courses offered in the past include:
Cost and Profit
Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital
Mergers and Acquisitions
Power and Influence